Nautical Theme Initially Displayed by Waterfront Property in Singapore
Have a look at this waterfront home created by Greg Shand Architects in Singapore! With a sinuous wave envelope and wide overhangs, Nautical Lines Residence stands out against a backdrop of modern day residential units. Although one side of the home faces the ocean, the other tends to make up for lack of water views, with curved elements acting as a constant reminder of the project’s nautical character. According to the architects, “the underside of the ceiling is clad in recycled teak, reminiscent of a boat hull. Comprehensive low-e glazing affords views of the waterway to the North and South China Sea to the South.”
All interiors function unique components that add up to the notion of sea-sailing: “The master bathroom walls are flowing curves with a shaded skylight over to afford views of the sky and curved roof above. The walls, floor and ceiling of the bathroom kind a sinuous curved envelope clad with stainless steel, and all bathroom fixtures which includes basins, water closet’s and shower fittings echo this fluid curvaceous nautical theme.” We hope you will enjoy the architectural journey offered by this original project in Singapore. Any fresh thoughts on the overall design and style? [Photography by Aaron Pocock]
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I’m so glad I’m finally taking a real break. I need lots of margin in my life. Not just for margin’s sake, but because unless I have margin, I create junk, I have no energy for being intentional with other people, and everything I do seems to take twice as long. My work depends on me protecting my margin–it’s basically part of my job description.
I’d love to hear what quirky thing relax you. I hope you take the time to evaluate your creative side, and if it’s suffering, don’t do what I did and take a year to realize how much it affects you and the work you are called to do– squelching creativity can affect every part of our life.
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I love taking breaks and I really love evaluating. Guess what?! I even WORKED during my break! I came out of hibernation for a few days to work with Ryan and Stephanie Langford on their newest eBook bundle (it’s a DIY bundle y’all–I’ll tell you more once it’s available!) And because the VERY topic they wanted to chat about is EXACTLY what I’m currently working through, I couldn’t resist having a real conversation (we even talked on the phone of all things!!) with them about Creativity.
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